> > See, "huevos a la mexicana", in my hometown at least, is eggs with salsa (the sauce
> > kind, not the kind Smitty posted) on top. The kind he posted isn't that common
> > that kind of pico de gallo is usually part of a lunch or dinner.
> "Huevos revueltos con salsa" =/= "Huevos revueltos a la mexicana".
> You live in a weird country. :P
> But then I'm reminded northern and southern food are a world on its own, living in
> the center gets me the best of both.
> I also have the bad habit of calling meat based food as "Northern" and seafood based
> as "Southern", yet we all know that isn't true at all.
Dude, Mexicali (yes, that is the name of my hometown!) cuisine is all sorts of weird. We've got Chinese, Mexican, Japanese, American, Brazilian, and more recently, HAITIAN influences.
Even when it comes to Mexican border towns, we're weird. :P